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EBL 1100mAh Super Capacity AAA Rechargeable Batteries

Super Long Life, Aaa Rechargeable Batteries, 1100Mah Nimh High Capacity

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What We Like

  • Batteries come with the storage case to keep them tidy and safe
  • 1100mAh Ni-MH high capacity power offers long-lasting usage
  • Nickel plating process and diffusing heat treatment technology makes it highly tensile


  • Battery is not chargeable

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We analyzed 187,556 reviews for 380 products in the AAA Batteries category.

We then analyzed 73 reviews for this product. None were recent.

100% of reviews were positive.

Final Score:

9.53 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • What buyers say about EBL 1100mAh Super Capacity AAA Rechargeable Batteries

    I have tested the highest capacity NiMH batteries that I have tested, rated them at 950mAh for AA and 2550mAh for AAA.

    I ordered 4 cells for testing because I was concerned about the negative reviews, but they held a minimum of 1100mAh after running through the discharge/recharge cycle.

    It seems like EBL marketing people pulled the numbers from the product pages where they previously ordered their batteries, and now says that they can be charged up to 1200 times.

    We use these for several hours a day and they work great. We typically have to charge them every three days, but they seem to charge quickly and they work great.

    I have been using the batteries from this purchase for my devices, and they have worked well for them, from remote controls to Xbox controllers and everything in between.

    Common Questions


    Is the battery from Japan or China?


    The batteries are manufactured in China.


    Can these batteries be used for outdoor solar lights?


    If the lights were originally made with AA or AAA batteries, these should work well.


    Are these batteries the same type as the ni-cad type that I use in my solar light yard spinners?


    Not sure. Check if they allow AAA type.


    I tried to open the case, but it wouldn't open. How do I get it to open without breaking it apart?


    I had a hard time opening it, but it's attached if you run your fingernail along the edge.


    Are these batteries compatible with my bq-cc17 charger?


    If the batteries are placed in the correct slots for either AA orAAA size batteries, any 120-volt battery charger will charge them.

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